Large white to pinkish flowers of the Tarflower (Bejaria racemosa) tower over an inconspicuous evergreen shrub that can be seven feet tall. Tarflower refers to the very sticky flowers which can trap insects attracted to the flowers’ fragrance. The shrub may be seen blooming from April to September in the flatwoods of the Florida peninsula and the southeastern United States. Seventeenth-century Spanish botanist Don Antonio Bejar is the namesake of this shrub.